However, it has been understudied whether there exists a gender difference in this association. Although same-sex marriage now exists in a small number of countries and US states, its consequences and implications are being felt far beyond the borders of those countries and areas.
Moreover, men were apprehensive about the gender role behavior of a boy adopted by a gay male couple. Same-sex couples and their families are adversely affected by the lack of legal recognition of their relationships, a problem with major implications for the health of same-sex couples and their families.
Drawing from 2 largely isolated approaches to the study of social stress—stress proliferation and minority stress—the authors theorize about stress and mental health among same-sex couples.
Does the "marriage benefit" extend to same-sex union? Marriage benefits both individuals and societies, and is a fundamental determinant of health. The absence of programs or systems to prevent bullying, the absence of systemized ways to have more inclusive curriculum and spaces then has an effect.
In Oliari and others v. The current study compares the effects of traditional and modern anti-homosexual prejudice on evaluations of parenting practices of same-sex and opposite-sex couples. The unrelated females bred successfully, challenging ideas about cooperative breeding, alternative reproductive strategies and perhaps even the evolution of sexual orientation.
However, the attitudinal difference between gay male and lesbian marriage was related to homophobia in men but not in women. In this article the authors review current approaches to studying same-sex relationships and significant challenges for this research.
Afterwards, a great number of people publicly expressed their views on same-sex marriages. The analyses were adjusted for dependence within twin pairs.
Our research examines the relationship between cohort, religiosity, spirituality, and attitudes toward same-sex marriage. They lament the sustained emphasis on the equal-protection and substantive-due-process challenges in the Perry litigation and suggest that an equal-access approach is more likely to be successful on appeal.
Legal uncertainty prevails with regard to the legal status of such couples.